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South Sydney Leagues Club Board Decided

The election for positions on the Board of Directors for South Sydney Leagues Club is no longer required with only nine people standing for the nine positions on the Board.
South Sydney Leagues Club Board Decided
by NRL

The election for positions on the Board of Directors for South Sydney Leagues Club is no longer required with only nine people standing for the nine positions on the Board.

Members of the Unity Group ticket, a group of businessman supported by the South Sydney Football Club, will take up the nine Board seats with all other candidates withdrawing their nominations.

The nine-man Board of South Sydney Leagues Club will consist of Bill Alexiou-Hucker, James Hatfield, Jason Death, Mat Riordan, Frank Vrachas, Denis Morrisey, Frank Zappia, Martin Dubler and Daryl Reilly.

"This is a fantastic thing for both the Leagues Club and the Football Club," Rabbitohs CEO Shane Richardson said today.

"This will be the end of any divisions that may have existed between the two organisations and will help us build a strong Football Club once again."

South Sydney Leagues Club election no longer required
Unity Group ticket will fill the nine-man Leagues Club Board

The South Sydney Rabbitohs are the most successful Club in Rugby League. Established in 1908, the South Sydney Club has won 20 first grade premierships and provided 62 internationals for the Australian side, and have famously worn their cardinal red and myrtle green colours since inception. In 1925, South Sydney was dubbed 'The Pride of the League' and the Rabbitohs are known as this to this day. The rebirth of the Rabbitohs began on 7 June, 2006 through a new partnership between Russell Crowe, Peter Holmes Court and the 8000 Members of the Club.

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